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I've got a webserver (Hiawatha) serving multiple no-ip domains. So now I need to get and receive mail for those domains. Example. One of the domains are example1.serveftp.com I see ...
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    Postfix and no-ip


    I've got a webserver (Hiawatha) serving multiple no-ip domains.

    So now I need to get and receive mail for those domains.

    Example. One of the domains are example1.serveftp.com

    I see 5 spaces for MX records with a box selecting each mx records priority.

    so would the email domain be test@serveftp.com?

    or what?

    I don't know where to start. With this email server process.

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    I installed postfix on debian, and don't know where to go from here.

    I have my hostname in the postfix config. It's debian01.vc.shawcable.net

    I input it in the mx records in no-ip, and it says "Mail Server is invalid: Hostname could not be resolved"

    I'm totally confused here.

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    Never mind. I went to some site that told me my real hostname.

    s0106001839d6ad0b.vc.shawcable.net

    that's what it is. I entered it in and apparently no-ip likes it.

    So I have to wait 5 minutes for it to "propogate"

    Then what?

    And is it possible to change this long hostname to something different?

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